Welcome to The Week That Was In College Swimming, where every week we’ll take a look at some of the highlights from around the NCAA.
Kristin Cornish swam 16:29 in the 1650 free on Saturday. That is four seconds faster than the 16:33 that she swam to win the NCAA D3 title last season.
It’s a toss-up in the women’s standings between Kenyon, who enter the session leading Emory by 4 points and Denison by 4.5 points.
The Georgetown men suffered their first loss of the season against Johns Hopkins, while the women secured a win to take their season to 3-3.
USA Swimming has named 22 girls and 21 boys to the National Junior Team that will represent the U.S. at the 2021 FINA Swimming World Cup this fall.
Kristin Cornish made the most out of the opportunity, getting on her pace early, and doing the best job of anyone in the field at holding her pace
La Wave I dei Trials Olimpici USA è terminata questa notte ed ora si sanno ufficialmente chi sono gli atleti qualificati nella Wave II
Kate McCarville crushed her lifetime best from March by 1.5 seconds to go from 9th seed to 1st place finisher in the 200 IM with a time of 2:15.09.
NOVA 17-year-old Zoe Dixon came in 2nd in the IM, swimming a 2:13.89.
The ISCA Senior Cup wraps up today. Both Farida Osman and Caeleb Dressel are seeking their fourth event wins of the meet.
Night one of the ISCA International Senior Cup saw competition in the women’s 1500, men’s 800 and 200 relays in long course meters in St. Petersburg.
With her 1650 free best of 16:25.86 from last weekend, Cornish would’ve won the 2019 NCAA Division III title by roughly ten seconds.
Weinstein posted a 4:46.23, coming two seconds shy of her best time. This is the 13-year-old’s eighth time breaking 4:50 in this event.
Weinstein, who snagged Olympic Trials Wave I cuts in January to become the meet’s youngest qualifier, kicked off her weekend with a new best of 16:29.20.
Chong put up a time of 1:57.64 to erase her previous mark of 1:57.99 set in December.